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Arthur Freeman (born Aaron Liebermann) was a Russian Jewish writer; born at Vilnius about 1840. Persecuted because of his participation in revolutionary movements, he fled to America, and died by his own hand at Syracuse, New York, on November 8, 1880. He was the editor of Ha-Emet, a Hebrew monthly of communist tendencies (Vienna, 1877), only the prospectus and two numbers of which appeared; and he was the first to organize socialist societies among the Jews in London.
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